Leaders representing a large number of U.S. trade unions filed a complaint with the United Nations’ labor agency Wednesday, arguing that the country under President Trump has violated international labor standards during the coronavirus pandemic.

The complaint was filed by the Service Employees International Union and the AFL-CIO at the Geneva headquarters of the International Labour Organization, a more than 100-year-old institution run by the U.N. that works to upholds human rights on work-related issues like safety and collective bargaining.

The complaint details numerous ways U.S. labor law and enforcement are failing workers, and spotlights their further weakening under Trump.